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Spring Fields School  
 
 
 
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Springfields years (established school in the Year 1991) is Twenty Years old school having Excellent track record (100% results in SSC every year), we provide opportunities to oxur students where maximum exposure is given, essential ideas
 
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ADMISSIONS:

Registration and Admissions commence in December.

The minimum age for admission

Nursery - 2 years 6 months
Lower K.G.- 3 year 3 months
Upper K.G.-4 plus
5 plus for Class I, and so on. One may obtain the prospectus and the registration admission form at the school and submit the completed form to the school office.
The completed form must be submitted before the date notified for this purpose, together with a copy of the Birth Certificate, or any indisputable evidence of Date of Birth, Adhar Card copy, recent passport size photograph, transfer certificate and the report of the last examination taken.
Original birth certificate must be produced for verification.
Registration does not guarantee admission.
Parents will be notified of the date and time of evaluation interview / test.
Admissions are made on the basis of merit alone and not on the priority of registration.

FEES:

The following fees have to be paid at the time of Admission: One Time Fees and 1st Term Fees.
 

Caution Deposit & Withdrawals:

This deposit does not attract any interest and is accepted at the time of admission. It is refundable only on completion of the under mentioned conditions.

Note : Applicable to those who have paid Caution deposit till 2016 2017 only

a) When a student completes his/her study in the school and passes out of class X.
b) Parents desirous of withdrawing their children before passing out of X class must submit a request for refund of caution deposit in writing to the school office BEFORE 31st April and obtain an acknowledgement. It may be noted that requests received after this date will not be entertained and caution deposit will not be refunded.

Term fees must be paid before the 5th of April, 5th of August & 5th of December. Late fee of Rs.50/- Per day will be charged for delayed payments. Delay of over one term will entitle a payment a payment of re-admission fees of Rs. 2500/-. Any fees once paid will not be refunded. Reminders for fee payment will be sent. Students will not be allowed to attend classes if one term is in default. Cheques will not be accepted after the last date for payment of fees. If a regular cheque is paid before the due date is dishonored handling charges of Rs. 500 will be charged.

The first year after admission is probationary. Students may be asked to leave the school on grounds of indiscipline, irregular attendance, or failing twice in the same class.

If a child is withdrawn anytime during the course of the year, the fee for the remaining period of the year has to be paid before the issue of Bonafide and Transfer Certificate.

FEES Details:

Please contact the school office between 9.00 am - 3.00 pm
 

FAQ's

  • 1. What syllabus does the school follow?
    Ans. Springfields School follows SSC syllabus, it is affiliated to the Board of Secondary Education.
  • 2. What is the teaching methodology of the school?
    Ans. School follows Activity Oriented, interactive teaching-learning methodology with focus on hands on experience, group activities and internalizing of knowledge and skills. Our approach is holistic, every student actively participates in class activities and learning process. Our methodology draws mostly from Brain Compatible Learning and Multiple Intelligence.
  • 3. Is physical education given importance in school?
    Ans. Sports and Games are integral part of curriculum.
  • 4. What co-curricular and extracurricular activities does the school provide?
    Ans. Physical education, Music, cricket, football and athletics is a part of curriculum which promotes overall development and is a part of holistic education & Martial Arts : Karate, Gymnastics & Wushu
  • 5. Does the school provide life skills education and value education?
    Ans. Life skills development and value education is a part of the teaching programs. Our holistic education provides a platform to every student to acquire life skills -nurturing body, soul and mind. Students learn culinary art, table manners, pot painting, flower making and arrangements, stitching, embroidery and performing arts. Through community service programmes, learn to be socially responsible, visit old age homes, orphanage, visit under privileged schools, make efforts to preserve nature show concern for sensitive issues
  • 6. What is the class strength?
    Ans. Class strength will not exceed 30 students.
  • 7. What is the assessment program?
    Ans. Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation pattern is followed which includes 4 FAS ( Formative Assessments ) & 2 Summative Assessments.
  • 8. How do parents co-ordinate or meet the Teachers?
    Ans.We consider our parents as partners in Education. They can meet teachers every day between 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm except Saturdays. Pre-primary teachers are available between 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm or on 3rd Saturdays or on Parent-Teachers Meets.
  • 9. How important is discipline in school?
    Ans. School lays a lot of emphasis on discipline, students learn to be Self Disciplined. Through our moral education, value and ethic based grooming and one minute talk in the morning assemblies helps students to imbibe principles of discipline and self respect.
  • 10. What is the status of spoken English in school?
    Ans. It is an English medium school, it is compulsory for staff and students to communicate only in English.
  • 11. How is the mid -day meal program designed?
    Ans. School Mid - Day meal porgramme is designed by nutritionists and dieticians. It is well planned and well balanced. We provide nutritious, satiating food. Everyday vegetarian food is provided. Non -veg food once in a week is a part of the menu, it also includes seasonal fruit and sweet.
  • 12. What safety and security measures are taken in school?
    Ans. The school takes the complete responsibility of the safety and security of the child throughout the school hours. Outsiders are not allowed in the campus. Fire safety norms are followed. In case of emergency medical aid is provided immediately. Medical and dental check up is a part of the school's health and hygiene programme.
  • 13. What are the Languages being offered?
    Ans. School offers Hindi/Urdu as I language and Telugu as II language compulsorily. For the NRI students, of classes VIII - X Special English is being offered. (Conditions Apply)